Past projects, reports and related publications.
Central Valley Leaders Effectively Addressing the Drought (2016-2017).
Open Mind worked with the Central Valley Community Foundation and their funding partners to design, deliver and manage a targeted capacity-building initiative to help generate long-term solutions to persistent, recurring drought in rural, under-served communities. The initiative included three components: leadership development, organizational capacity building, and storytelling in partnership with local artists.
Capacity building for nonprofits serving diverse rural regions of California (2014-2015).
Provided coaching, capacity building guidance, and grant portfolio management to deepen the impact of organizations serving low-income communities of color in the San Joaquin Valley and Central Coast of California. Supported by the Community Leadership Project.
Land Reform, Food Sovereignty and Latin American Rural Development (2003-2006).
Photos Courtesy of Jennifer Tong
A collaborative research effort to document, analyze and explore the contradictions of economic policies, persistent hunger and land distribution in rural societies.
Read More: Promised Land, Competing Visions of Agrarian Reform Food First Books
Reports and Publications
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